Scott loves tuna salad. With extra mayo. In fact I made a bunch of this earlier this week and he ate it on the way to work this morning. He likes to go to Whole Foods and buy it, and I think like a lot of people, he assumes that just because it’s from Whole Foods – it’s healthy.

It isn’t.

Store bought tuna salad is still full of rancid vegetable oils, GMOs, preservatives and sketchy ingredients. Making your own is cheaper and infinitely healthier. And in my opinion (aka the correct opinion), my recipe  for paleo tuna salad taste better.

 

Making your own tuna salad is cheaper and infinitely healthier. And in my opinion (aka the correct opinion), my recipe for paleo tuna salad tastes better. #paleo #tunasalad

Paleo Tuna Salad

Making your own tuna salad is cheaper and infinitely healthier. And in my opinion (aka the correct opinion), my recipe for paleo tuna salad tastes better.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Appetizer, Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: creamy tuna salad, healthy tuna salad, tuna salad with mayo
Servings: 2
Calories: 915kcal
Author: Dani

Ingredients

  • 12 oz tuna
  • 1 cup homemade mayo see notes
  • 1/3 red onion diced
  • 2 celery stalks diced
  • salt and peppa

Instructions

  • Combine everything until it’s completely mixed.

Notes

I use homemade mayo for this recipe! Here’s how you make it!
Making your own tuna salad is cheaper and infinitely healthier. And in my opinion (aka the correct opinion), my recipe for paleo tuna salad tastes better. #paleorecipes #tunasalad

3 Comments

  1. This looks really good! Any idea where I can buy soy-free tuna in a can?? All of them seem to have soy!

    • Costco carries soy-free canned tuna, but it is albacore, so max of 1 can per week (mercury). I have not checked at Whole Foods or New Seasons Markets

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